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  1. St. Louis Explorers

  2. Ray Allen • #20 • Guard • 6’5” • 205 • Attended the University of Connecticut • 9-time all star • One of the most accurate 3 point shooters

  3. Blake Griffin • #32 • Forward • 6’10” • 251 • Attended Oklahoma • Named Big 12 player of the year • Number one pick in 2009 draft

  4. Steve Nash • #13 • Guard/Forward • 6’3” • 178 • Attended Santa Clara University • NBA All-Star multiple times • Has led league in assists and free throw percentage

  5. Kyle Korver • #26 • Guard/Forward • 6’7” • 212 • Attended Creighton • Known for his 3-Pointers

  6. Derek Fisher • #2 • Guard • 6’1” • 210 • Attended Arkansas – Little Rock • Current President of the Players Association • Won 5 NBA Championships

  7. Danilo Gallinari • #8 • Forward • 6’10” • 225 • An Italian Player • Nicknamed “The Rooster” • Won best Italian player award

  8. Hamady N'Diaye • #55 • Center • 7’0” • 235 • Attended Rutgers University • Originally from Senegal • Won Big East defensive player of the year

  9. Josh Powell • #12 • Forward • 6’9” • 240 • Attended North Carolina State • Won 2 NBA Championships

  10. Thaddeus Young • #21 • Forward • 6’8” • 220 • Attended Georgia Tech • Nicknamed Thad-Yo or Thad

  11. Shaquille O’Neal • #36 • Center • 7’1” • 325 • Attended Louisiana State • 15 time all star • 5th all time in points scored • 6th in field goals and 7th in blocks • Oldest active player

  12. Glen Davis • #11 • Center/Forward • 6’9” • 289 • Attended LSU • Nicknamed “Big Baby” • Originally drafted by Seattle then traded to Boston

  13. Kevin Love • #42 • Center/Forward • 6’10” • 260 • Played for UCLA • 19th player to record a “30-30” • Won a gold medal at the 2010 FIBA world championships

  14. Nick Young • #1 • Guard • 6’7” • 210 • Attended University of Southern California • Drafted by Washington in the 2007 draft

  15. Tiago Splitter • #22 • Forward • 6’11” • 240 • Brazilian • Played in the Spanish league until signing with the Spurs in 2010

  16. Josh McRoberts • #33 • Forward • 6’10” • 240 • Attended Duke • Originally drafted by the Trail Blazers but traded to the Indiana Pacers